|Achieve universal primary education|
Project ID: 14593 / Activity 3
Status: completed (fc)
Duration: Jun 1998 - Dec 2005
Management Arrangements: NEX
Total: 86 000 USD
Bucharest, Sibiu, Brasov, Bacau, Comanesti, Focsani, Constanta and Braila. The target group consisted of children and teenagers between 8-18 years old, living in orphanages, with good grades in school and a genuine desire to improve their educational leve
Enhanced national economic growth and reduced poverty levels among vulnerable groups.
Expected CP Outcome(s)
To establish a network of computer clubs at national level, to the benefit of a large number of disadvantaged children and youth.
Computer Clubs for Children
This project targeted to provide disadvantaged children (orphans and/or children coming from poor families) with access to modern education. The main activities of the project consisted in establishment of computer clubs located in the premises of orphanages or schools.
Through access to and learning of IT and Internet communications, these clubs were designed to open new windows to the world to these disadvantaged children.
Achievements & Expected Results
Currently, 13 such clubs are already established and running (4 in Bucharest and one in each of the following: Sibiu, Brasov, Bacau, Comanesti, Focsani, Constanta and Braila).
Over 1300 children are enrolled in training sessions provided by young students from IT-related universities.
Expected Output & Planned Activities
Participants to learn word-processing and spreadsheet skills, and discover new ways of communication with the world thanks to the Internet. To provide participants the appropriate skills for finding work in the modern business world when theyâ€™ll grow up, and prepare them to become productive self-supporting members of the society.
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Implementation Agency / Main Partner
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
UNDP Programme Supervision
Mirela Iancu, Programme Associate
Contact Person in UNDP [Programme Associate]
Florin Banateanu, National Officer